with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including
Bells On Sunday, from Fettes College Chapel, Edinburgh. Stereo
George Macpherson breakfasts in Wiltshire with David Margesson , and examines the advantages and pitfalls of co-operative marketing. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Bames. Editor David Coomes including at
talks for the Week's Good Cause to Jenny Agutter about the work of the Cystic Fibrosis Research Trust.
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by Alistair Cooke.
Wellsprings of the Spirit
A series of devotional services for Lent which explore the themes of personal and practical spirituality.
Today is Palm Sunday.
The last programme in the series comes from the Anfield Road Fellowship in Liverpool, and follows the theme of Awareness. Dave and Tina Cave talk about the life of this street-level Christian community, which has grown up around the inner-city house which is also their family home.
Steve McGuire and members of the Fellowship lead the prayers, and Andy Dawson reflects on the consequences of carrying Jesus into the city.
Readings: Luke 19, vv 29-44; John 13, vv 3-5, 12-14. With music from the Church of Christ
Hosanna, Hosanna; 0 Lord, the clouds are gathering; Heaven is in my heart; From heaven you came; One more step along the world I go; Ride on, ride on in majesty. Stereo
Director Vanessa Whitbum
with Sebastian Scott.
Producer Jane Beresford. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
with Nick Clarke.
Deputy editor Anne Koch
Chairman Clay Jones digs into the postbag, and calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips to solve problems sent in by listeners. Producer Diana Stenson
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The last of five plays specially commissioned for 1992.
Music and Silence
By Rose Tremain.
A story of love, the loss of love, music and silence. Set in 17th-century Denmark, and loosely based on the passionate friendship between a princess and her schoolfellow.
Music arranged and conducted by Colin Sell and performed by Lowri Blake , Sophie Langdon , David Juritz , Stephen Stirling and Colin Sell
Director Gordon House. Stereo
Peter Mortimer , publisher and editor of IRON magazine, describes his daunting daily dilemma. Producer Gillian Hush
Public Interest, Private Lives
How much transparency can be expected in public life, especially during a general election, and do politicians conform to public expectations?
Peter Hennessy examines the conflicting needs for openness and privacy in political life.
Presented by Michael Rosen.
Powerful peasants and talking animals - what value do folk tales have for today's children?
Floella Benjamin and Professor Jim Riordan review recent collections from around the world.
Producer Jill Burridge
The BBC's Political Editor
John Cole elects to visit historic Monmouth in Gwent - a town he has only ever whizzed through in a whirl of press conferences and photo opportunities when he covered last year's by-election.
Producer Jill Marshall
The second of six programmes with Patrick Hanna.
Producer Hilary Jones
Nigel Farrell presents the real-life stories of the folk of Bentley in Hampshire.
It's less than 20 years since the last property crisis. Why do the banks who lend the money and the property developers who borrow it have such short memories?
Peter Day finds out.
Nigel Forde explores the life and work of a prose writer in Welsh, Kate Roberts.
Producer Abigail Appleton
With Susan Marling.
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David Burke reads from from "The Periodic Table" by Primo Levi.
Abridged by David Burke and translated by Raymond Rosenthal.
Presented by Jessica Holm.
More people have visited Disneyland, California, than make up the entire population of the United States. With two sites in the States, one in Japan and today's opening of Euro-Disney there is no stopping them now... this does indeed seem to be the "Disney Decade".
Liz Kershaw eagerly dons a pair of large floppy black ears and investigates....
The political quiz in which Patrick Hannan challenges Julian Critchley and Austin Mitchell and their guests to give some straight answers.
A series of seven devotional talks for Lent and Easter.
With the Rev Frances Young, Professor of Theology at the University of Birmingham.